The Definition of Money : Interview with Zee Zheng SpaceChain CEO ③

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a liquidity crisis at one point where people were selling their assets aggressively, causing the market crash. Also, due to many exchanges promoting new things in the market, crypto was overleveraged. In the long term, people will come to understand the market. If you look at the US stock market and bitcoin markets, crypto is not performing badly as compared to centralized governments that are injecting billions of cash into the economy. People have realized that with limited supply of assets, bitcoin is going to be highly important. While all the centralized banks are injecting money into the system, the fiat currencies you are holding will eventually become less and less valuable. In terms of monetary policy wise, it is the best time for bitcoin ever, the greatest invention through bitcoin is not just the technology, but also the awareness of the monetary policy that people need to think more about. It makes one wonder about how the modern economy and modern banks work and don't work. I think right now it is the most exciting time for bitcoin as people look for what is real.

India is a Nation of Full of Youngsters : Interview with N S Nappinai ④

India is a nation of youngsters, and we are probably one of the youngest Nations. Comparing the culture of Indian job hunting to that of present-day Japan, many new university graduates are in search of a job at various companies and try to create a stable life. In contrast, young Indians prefer to become entrepreneurs. They prefer to make a living by themselves and are more willing to take risks and take a chance of creating a business of their own, even if it is a small company. The Japanese perspective of becoming stable by finding a job at a company was the scenario in which I grew up back in the day.

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Crypto Education Friendly Switzerland : Interview with Marcel Harmann from SEBA ①

In Switzerland, the government was always open-minded. In 2018, president Johann Schneider-Amman publicly stated that Switzerland should be a crypto nation. Governments are big bodies that take time for things to get done, but it moves here and that is a good thing.When I joined, Prof. Dr. Georges Grivas was the one who initiated the first course within Switzerland. He has a great recognition of technologies that are becoming popular and relevant for the future. He decided to implement it rather early, and therefore was the first one. It was one of my major decision to join this university even though I had the opportunity to join many others. However,The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts was the first to implement blockchain and Crypto courses and is the longest-running university with such programs.

Foundation of Digital Currency Initiative : Interview with Tadge Dryja from MIT DCI ①

Before the DCI, there was a foundation named the Bitcoin Foundation that was funding development of Bitcoin core. However, it fell apart, but many of the people from the Bitcoin Foundation such as Joi Ito, Jeremy Rubin, and many others decided to make a place that would fund the development of Bitcoin technology. Thus, the DCI was born from there. A little while after that, Neha Narula got her Ph.D. at MIT and when she finished, she joined the DCI. The main mission initially was to fund Bitcoin developers, but after a while that mission became bigger and also became more integrated with MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). By the time I started there, they were working with students as well. We have something called the UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) different undergraduate students come and do research projects with us, and they would help out with research software.

Bitcoin is through the Lindy Effect : Interview with Marc Friedrich ③

I went out in public about Bitcoin at the end of 2016. I wrote a long article for a big German magazine. This is a magazine where I always give a prediction about the economy for the following year. So, at the end of 2016, I predicted the following year would be the year of Bitcoin, and you all have to invest! That was the first time I said it to the public. This was not to our customers, because we already introduced Bitcoin to our customers and invested in it since 2013.

Bulgarian Crypto Market today : Interview with Philip Matov from ConcenSys ③

There are two sides to the crypto industry in Bulgaria. On one side when I came back to Bulgaria from Japan, I was positively surprised by the vibrant crypto culture existing in Bulgaria. I was also very happy to learn that quite many substantial and very important blockchain projects were started by Bulgarian entrepreneurs, and some of them were even developed in Bulgaria. Projects such as Aeternity which at one point was one of the top 30 projects. It did not have as much support as Ethereum of course, but it was a great project. It helped grow the blockchain ecosystem in Bulgaria, including delivering capital, facilitate crypto meetups, and building protocol infrastructure.

Inspiration for my Crypto Videos : Interview with Lark Davis ②

It is interesting because I don't watch many cryptocurrency youtube videos. It may sound kind of funny because I do it myself, but I don't watch them partially for the reason that I don't want to get influenced by other people's contents, I want my ideas to be fresh and kind of coming from me. There are a lot of guys that I do respect and that makes fantastic content like Crypto Zombie, Carl from The Moon, Nugget’s News. These all are great channels with fantastic information. They all have their unique way of presenting information and news while encouraging their communities.

The State of Bitcoin Network Security After the Halving : Coin Metrics’ State of the Network: Issue 51

On May 11th, for the third time in Bitcoin’s history, the amount of new coins issued per block was cut in half. This event, known as the halving, occurs every 210,000 blocks, or approximately four years, until issuance is eventually rounded down to zero.In the most recent halving, the block reward was reduced from 12.5 to 6.25 BTC. The period leading up to the halving was marked by pronounced market volatility, which has somewhat subsided since the reduction occurred. The impacts of the event on the network’s security are nuanced.
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Educate Yourself about Value (Writer and Translator at BTCBOX)

I am Lina K., and I am a writer, editor, and translator at BTCBOX. I am very happy to have had the opportunity to interview and have a talk with so many passionate and critical thinking people from all corners of the crypto sphere. I did not enter did industry with an economics degree in my hands, but I am glad that my path lead me here.